Ex-WWE World Champion Gets In Car Accident

The former WWE star Braun Strowman (real name Adam Scherr) recently met with a road accident. He took to Twitter to post a photo of the scene and mentioned that nobody was hurt.



Braun Strowman reveals picture from the spot

Strowman took to social media to reveal that he was involved in a major road accident. He posted a photo on Twitter of his damaged pick-up truck and boat and said that while they can be replaced, he is happy that nobody was hurt.

You can check out the picture of the damage done below:

Strowman was released from WWE last year and hasn’t signed with a major promotion since then. While he was once rumored to be joining AEW and reportedly closed in on a deal with Impact Wrestling, he instead took his services to his own promotion CYN (Control Your Narrative). This year, Strowman formed his own wrestling promotion with his real-life friend EC3. He has been active and trying to make things work at the new promotion.

CYN has some shows scheduled for later this month in the North Carolina area, including a crossover event with indie promotion AML. The likes of EC3, Scherr and Austin Aries have been advertised for the July 31 event.

In a recent interview with Mike Jones of DC101, Scherr expressed a lot of optimism about the trajectory of CYN:

“Every day it grows and grows and grows,” Scherr said. “We’ve only had two shows so far. We’ve done two live shows and two of our televised episodes that were on YouTube, now on Pro Wrestling TV as ‘The Narrative One’ and then ‘The Narrative Two’ which is the one that features me in my first post-WWE match against EC3.

“Love us, hate us, everybody’s talking about us. At the end of the day, that’s what you want. There’s so much competition out there, in the wrestling industry as a whole. If you really think about it, with all of the different federations, independently big, sponsored and this and that, there’s something wrestling involved on live television almost every day of the week. There’s 40 million streaming services so it’s finding your niche and finding a place to fit in there.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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